It’s safe to update to the new operating system. Emsisoft has your back!
Do you really know how effective your anti-malware product of choice is? Recent data breaches on international surveillance firms can teach us a lot about which antivirus programs are actually working.
This is a maintenance release for improved usability, speed, detection and stability.
Do you ever wonder how Emsisoft scanning technology works to keep your computer safe? Let’s examine the powerful, dual engine scanner together.
The Hacking Team, a company producing government surveillance and hacking software, recently got hacked. There is more to the story than a few leaked documents though…
Scammers know how vulnerable older generations can be on the web, and they take advantage of unsuspecting victims everyday. Check out these top 10 scams to see how they can affect you and your loved ones.
We can proudly say that we may offer the best speed/detection ratio across the board.
The program ran very stable and the efficient protection and verification system did not slowdown the system.
Many companies make us believe that security and comfort always have to be traded for privacy. There are privacy conscious alternatives, however.
We will not renew our extended support for Windows XP beyond April 2016.
Recent news reveals shocking espionage activities of American and British intelligence that targets antivirus vendors worldwide.
The Emsisoft Emergency Kit 10 is now available!
The Emsisoft Emergency Kit is the only free, fully portable dual-engine cleaning toolkit that scans for and removes Malware and Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) from your PC.
Ransomware “Locker” automatically decrypts all affected files, after its creator is struck by conscience
Locker, a new ransomware variant was discovered last month. In a surprising turn of events the creator of the ransomware actually posted a public apology and promised to automatically decrypt files on affected systems.
Several home and office router brands are vulnerable to a unique, obfuscating CSRF attack that attackers are using to alter router DNS settings.
A new variant of the POS malware family has emerged that is capable of stealing track one and track two payment card data.